Microsoft has made build 22621 of Windows 11 available through the Release Channel for Windows Insiders as an optional update, this is just another step towards general availability later this year.
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In documentation for the Windows Hardware Compatibility Program (WHCP), Microsoft has officially confirmed that build 22621, flighted to the Beta Channel recently, is RTM for Windows 11 version 22H2.
A report today has revealed the purported RTM date for Windows 11 22H2 or Sun Valley 2 (SV2). The report comes hot on the heels of another one which unveiled the alleged RTM release candidate.
A report says that the latest Windows 11 Beta Channel build 22621 is apparently what will be the final release that will become publicly available to everyone in the form of Windows 11 22H2.
According to multiple sources, Windows 11 22H2 will reach RTM this month. So, this could be the right time to switch to Beta or Release Preview Channel to get 22H2 before its general availability.
According to a new report, Windows 10 20H1 is set to RTM in December this year; moreover, Microsoft is set to move to a new schedule where Windows 10 releases will RTM in June and December.
The RTM version of next major update to Windows 10, the October 2018 Update, is likely going to be Build 17763, and new information suggests Microsoft may make it available on October 2.
It appears, after no official announcement from Microsoft, that the upcoming feature update for Windows 10 will be called the 'April update'. This is evident from the landing Welcome page in Edge.
It seems yet another "blocking bug" may have been discovered that when invoked crashes the entire Settings app. It relates to the setting for choosing a default for an app, such as a browser.
According to a report, the upcoming Windows 10 spring update has reached released to manufacturers (RTM) status with build 17133. The feature update is expected to begin its rollout on April 10.
In the last 24 hours, Microsoft has released build 16299.15 of Redstone 3. The firm has also approved that same build for RTM. The Fall Creators Update will arrive to consumers on October 17.
Microsoft hasn't confirmed build 15063 as the 'RTM' build for the Creators Update - but a new edition of its Update Assistant refers to that build as "the latest version", and you can install it now.
With the Creators Update lined up for launch next month, Microsoft is expected to begin the process of selecting a release candidate this week, ahead of its rollout to Insiders next week.
Microsoft has announced a few last minute enhancements in Visual Studio 2017, as the company prepares to release the final bits of its development tools to manufacturing very soon.
A new report states that Microsoft is finalizing the Windows 10 Anniversary Update. A Release Candidate build should be available to Insiders by the end of next week, and it will be 14384.
Today, Microsoft released Visual Studio 2015 Update 1 to RTM with additional features and improvements - both minor and major - just over four months from the original release.
After pushing what is expected to be the final pre-launch Windows 10 Mobile preview to Insiders on the Fast ring this week, Microsoft has now released that build to users on the Slow ring too.
A few weeks after releasing its last Windows 10 Mobile preview, build 10581, it's now rolling out build 10586, which is expected to be the last Insider Preview before the launch of the new OS.
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Microsoft has clarified that the Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview won't be ending on October 1, 2015, saying that the date is just an expiration date for the certificate of the current Preview build.
Microsoft has rolled out its first post-preview version of Windows 10: build 10240, popularly referred to as the 'RTM build'. But is this 'final' launch build of Windows 10 as good as it should be?
Microsoft has announced that Windows 10 build 10240 is now rolling out to all Windows Insiders. It's the first build to drop the desktop watermark, and the first to drop the 'preview' branding.
Microsoft's Windows 10 platform has reached its final milestone as a preview OS - the platform has been released to manufacturing which means it can now be loaded on to new hardware.
With almost two weeks to go until Windows 10 launches, Microsoft has rectified its statement; which now states that customers will be able to buy pre-installed Windows 10 PCs on launch day after all.
Microsoft had originally planned to release Windows 10 to manufacturers this week but according to sources inside the company, the milestone will not be reached and has been delayed to next week.
Microsoft is believed to be aiming for Windows 10 to reach the all-important RTM development milestone in the next few days, and it has promised a new "build coming to Windows Insiders this week".
Microsoft has made it possible that Windows 10 can be free for anyone, even if they don't have a previous install of Windows, but seeing as the OS is a free upgrade, this won't impact many users.
Microsoft has announced that starting with the next Windows 10 Insider release, you will need to start pairing your Windows 10 preview release with your Microsoft Account.
Earlier today, Microsoft announced that Windows 10 will be released on July 29th - and if you are an Insider, you will get the new version of the OS on the same day as well.
Microsoft has recently announced the official date when Windows 10 will be available, and has offered details about what hardware you need for the company's latest operating system.
Microsoft is targeting the middle of July for a signoff of Windows 10 which means that the OS will be in the hands of OEMs by the end of July, if the roadmap stays on schedule.
At Build 2015 Microsoft talked about the future of the Windows Insider program and the company is currently considering two paths to keep the updates flowing to participants.
Microsoft is forging ahead with Windows 10 and if you are curious about when the platform will be released to manufacturing, the company is currently targeting the month of June.
Microsoft's Gabriel Aul says that the company intends to allow users who have installed Windows 10 preview builds to upgrade directly to the RTM version of the OS when it launches next year.
Microsoft will be releasing Windows 10 in late summer or early fall, according to Microsoft's COO. This aligns to what the company has previously said but does offer a little bit more information.
An email seen by Neowin reveals Microsoft's planned timetable for its remaining development work on the launch build of Windows Phone 8.1, with the final code expected to be signed off on April 14.
Windows Phone 8.1 has reached its RTM milestone, with the final build of the OS delivered to manufacturers this week, and the first new devices designed for 8.1 expected to launch in late April.
Microsoft has announced SQL Server 2014, the latest version of its database management software, has reached the RTM stage of development and will become generally available April 1st.
The Windows 8.1 Spring update has reportedly reached RTM at build 17031 and has already been handed over to OEMs according to WZor, who also says a leak is likely to happen.
Famed Russian software leaker, WZor, has tweeted in response to rumours of an April 2015 launch of Windows 9, that Microsoft is on track to release the final bits to manufacturing by October 2014.